Sell your used
Take back your floors, and turn idle equipment into cash more quickly by contacting Revelation Machinery. We facilitate purchases from factories all over the nation to connect buyers to machinery like yours.
Fill out the form, or call/text us at 618-323-3920
How It Works
Below is the information needed to begin the selling process. Feel free to reach out to us with any questions about the below requirements.
We must make an initial assessment of the machine. We need the following information to be able to give you the best quote possible.
Does it have the following: Coolant Thru Spindle, 4th axis, 5th Axis, Chip Conveyor?
Contact us for the exact requirements of the used vertical machining center you wish to sell.
We will need photographs taken of the machine. We may request specific angles or components to show customers exactly what they are potentially purchasing. There are some components of machines that are prone to wear, so these should be included. Taking high-quality photographs initially will be very helpful in moving the process along. Visit our Help Center to learn more about used vertical machining center photo guidelines.
We need to know what your floor requirements are. Can you keep this machine on your floor until it is sold? Or do you need the machine off the floor immediately? It is very expensive to move machines, so we can save you a lot of money if we keep the machine with you until we can find a buyer who will move the machine themselves. There is also the option of consignment arrangements.
Vertical machining centers have a vertical spindle where the tools will point straight down from the tool holder and cut across the top of the material. Vertical machining centers are slightly less expensive than Horizontal Machining Centers. VMC’s are also typically enclosed and have a standard of 3 axes, although you can add more.
Typically smaller production shops will find these machines to be cost effective. They have a simple setup and are easier to manage than HMC’s. There are also advanced CNC capabilities with machining centers which make them much more efficient. Some advancements available include spindle speeders, quick-change workholding devices, rotary indexes (which allow 4-5 axis work), angle heads, and tool-and-part probes. One disadvantage to the VMC is that due to its position, the chips are not discharged as easily and will sometimes pile up. This can cause damage to the tool as well as the surface of the material being processed. You will find our VMC’s in the CNC machine category.